If anyone in these photos would like their faces obscured and/or their names removed just ask, its easy to do. These course photographs are mainly reproduced in numerical order. At the end of this post are some anonymous course photos. If you recognise yourself please let us know which course it is. There are some older […]
I wouldn’t say I have a reputation for being a clean freak, but I do endeavour to keep myself neat and tidy. I don’t touch dogs as I don’t like my hands to get dirty and would rather shake my hands dry than touch a damp, dirty towel. Despite these hygienic accolades my standards have […]
John Lewis is the closest Congress has to a real-life revolutionary. In his heyday, Lewis was one of the most influential civil rights leaders of the sixties. Before he was old enough to drink, he had desegregated the Nashville lunch counters. Only months later, he became one of the original Freedom Riders, where he stared […]
C.S. Lewis said of Heaven, “There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” This Easter weekend, I contemplate Jesus and our resurrection.
Good Friday – The symbol of the cross means so much to me. 😊 When I read the crucifixion of Jesus, hear the sermons of His last days here on earth leading up to His death, burial and resurrection, and learn more about actual, proven accounts and the acts of barbarism during His time – […]
I think there are some movies that don’t get the respect they deserve. Not saying that they are somehow artistic, and nobody noticed, or that they are something special, and everyone missed it. Rather, what I mean is that they set out to say something, and say it very well, and people no longer seem […]
“Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:” (John 11:25, KJV) I felt called this Good Friday to take a short break from the writing thing to address something I came across this week that left me troubled. An article in OneNewsNow.com claims, […]
For the purpose of keeping to a somewhat regular schedule for this series, I decided to have each update to this series every seven to ten days. Not the most perfectly clean intervals, but it helps to break down each week or two week’s events into a more workable platform. Anyways, here are this week’s […]
Sony Music announces the release of DAYS GONE (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK) with music by NATHAN WHITEHEAD (The Purge, He’s Out There, Delirium, Keanu). Available Friday, April 19, the soundtrack features music fromDays Gone, the upcoming, open-world action game, which launches exclusively on the PlayStation®4 system Friday, April 26. The 25-track collection also includes features from rising artists Jack Savoretti, Billy […]
A beautiful example of the fact that if you sit down and talk with someone from a different background, a different faith tradition, a different culture, you will come to love them and find wisdom there.
A group of Scottish retirees bought aerosol cans for the first time to create street art. The 16 seniors spent three days in class learning graffiti at the Nuart Aberdeen Festival. After designing their own labels, retirees applied a mural on a wall in downtown Granite City. Retirees designed their own labels (Jane Barlow / […]
Ahead of the release for Bend Studios’ open-world zombie epic, Days Gone, Sony have announced the release of the game’s soundtrack by Nathan Whitehead (who also composed for The Purge, He’s Out There, and Delirium). Available today, the soundtrack features 25-tracks, and includes music from artists Jack Savoretti, Billy Raffoul & Zander Reese, as well […]
NEW YORK — When Jimmy Page was a young student, he had already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar that school officials would often confiscate it. “It would be given back at the end of the day. And this was quite repetitive,” Page said. That dedication worked out pretty well for Page, who […]
2019 has seen Debenhams, one of the leading UK fashion retailers, close stores across the country due to a substantial decline in sales. 3 Years ago we could see Debenhams worth reach over 900m, yet now it stands at a measly 20m. One reason for this decline, as suggested by leading experts, is due to […]
The countdown is on to this year’s Carmarthen Bay Film Festival, with film fans eagerly looking forward to the European premiere of Sir Terry Pratchett’s ‘Troll Bridge’. Screening on the opening day of the festival on May 27, Troll Bridge is a short film based on a short story by the Discworld author. It’s been […]